volume 40, issue 5, P1009-1017 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2005.12.026
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Sean Connaughton, Gavin Collins, Vincent O’Flaherty

Abstract: Anaerobic digestion in the psychrophilic (< 20 degrees C) or sub-mesophilic temperature range has recently been proven as an effective treatment option for the mineralization of a wide variety of problematic wastewaters. In this study, an expanded granular sludge bed-anaerobic filter (EGSB-AF) bioreactor was seeded with a full-scale, mesophilic sludge and employed to evaluate the long-term operational potential, and underlying microbial ecology, of this approach for the treatment of a medium-strength (5 g chem…

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